On Fri, 25 Aug 2006 00:59:53 +0100 Stephen Gran wrote:

> This one time, at band camp, Francesco Poli said:
> > On Wed, 23 Aug 2006 04:25:31 +0200 Evan Prodromou wrote:
> > > Considering that we think it's OK for the author to request to be 
> > > /added/ to the authorship credits,
> > 
> > Let me understand this better, because I cannot remember having
> > discussed it before...
> > 
> > Is it OK for the author to request to be added to the credits even
> > when satisfying the request would cause the authorship credits to
> > become inaccurate?
> > Can I request to be added to the authorship credits of a work I took
> > really really little part in?
> > Can I do the same for a work I never contributed to in any manner?
> Why would it be?

I don't know.
What I am asking is whether it would be: you seem to think that it
wouldn't, don't you?

> And what reason do you have to think these bizarre
> queries are related to the issue at hand?

I think they *are* related.  The issue at hand is "requirements to
modify authorship credits upon request": some could request removing
something, some others could request adding something...

But it is also tradition that times *must* and always
do change, my friend.   -- from _Coming to America_
..................................................... Francesco Poli .
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